The attack on the Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan Hospital in Kabul on Wednesday provoked wide reactions of President Ghani, Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, NATO-Resolute Support Mission and U.S. embassy in Kabul.
The attack left least 30 dead and more than 50 injured, including military officers and patients, according to the Defense Ministry, however, the death toll is expected to rise.
President Ashraf Ghani, who was delivering a speech marking Women's Day, condemned the attack on the hospital as "an attack on all Afghans" and an attack which violated human rights.
Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, meanwhile, said "I condemn the terrorist attacked on hospital in Kabul. While we work for peace, we'll avenge the blood of our people."
NATO's Resolute Support Mission also condemned it. "Once again insurgents show complete disrespect for humanity by attacking a hospital. We stand with Afghan people against terrorism," the mission said on Twitter.
The alliance reaffirmed their support to the Afghan security institutions.
"We are aware of the report of Kabul hospital attack & are monitoring the situation. We stand ready to assist Afghan security services," RS said in a Twitter post.
U.S. Embassy in Kabul also condemned the terrorist attack on Afghan National Army Hospital in Kabul.
"The U.S. Embassy strongly condemns today’s deadly attack on an Afghan National Army Hospital in Kabul," the U.S. embassy in Kabul said in a statement.
"The attack demonstrates the blatant disregard for human life by those seeking to disrupt Afghanistan’s democratic progress,"
"Targeting a medical facility providing care for the brave Afghans working to protect their fellow citizens has no possible justification in any religion or creed. We extend our deepest heartfelt condolences to the families, friends, and colleagues of the victims of this senseless and cowardly act," the statement added.